How to Use Reverb To Create Wide Vocals


Watch as Gobbler mentor Pete Dowsett (Abbey Road Institute) uses the Relab LX480 to add some exciting “ear candy” to a lead vocal in a dense Rock mix.

Do you get frustrated trying to get vocals to go with the rest of your song?
Getting vocals to fit properly into a mix is probably the hardest thing to do when making a great song.

It’s easy to waste hours and hours trying to get it right…

Try the easy way instead!

In this video, Gobbler mentor Pete Dowsett (Abbey Road Institute) talks you through creating the perfect vocal for your track. He uses the Relab LX480’s Auto Park Hall to sit his vocals on top of a track.

And he’ll teach you how to do the same.

You’ll learn how to pick the right vocal, edit it so it’s not too ‘wet’ and how to make it fit with the rest of the track.

After watching, you’ll know exactly how to make vocals sit in a track. And neither overpower the track or be drowned out by it.

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